Liquid Land

5 - 21 April 2018, 00:00
Cambridge campus

a photograph of a riverbank, with clouds reflecting in the water
Private View: Wednesday 11 April, 5pm

Opening hours: Monday–Saturday, 10am–4.30pm

A group exhibition curated by Harriet Loffler and Rosanna Greaves.

Liquid Land brings together a group of artists whose work considers the complexities of landscape. The exhibition poses nuanced and critical positions on our experiences and perceptions of landscape and its environment.

Working across film, digitally constructed imagery, installation and sculpture, the artists challenge us to reconsider what and how we conceive of value, and what economic, ecological and cultural agendas are at play when we experience and represent a landscape.

The research for the exhibition was generated via the Debating Natures Value Network, an academic research network that explores the implications of the concept of ‘natural capital’ the idea that nature should be conceived of as a form of capital and valued in monetary terms.

The exhibition will coincide with the Debating Natures Value conference, taking place on the 11th April.

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Event Details

When:
5 - 21 April 2018, 00:00
Location:
Cambridge campus
Room:
Ruskin Gallery
Cost:
Free